Free things to do in Boston

National Geographic Traveler’s “Free Boston” lists many free activities that are available in Boston.

The highlights of the list include:

The Museum of Fine Arts – Free admission on Wednesdays after 4 p.m

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum – Admission is free if it is your birthday or if your name is Isabella.

Institute of Contemporary Art – Admission is free for everyone every Thursday from 5 to 9 p.m., as well as on the last Saturday of each month for families (except December).

The Copley Square Concert Series – Thursdays during the summer. Locals and visitors alike gather at 5:30 p.m.

Arnold Arboretum – Guided and self-guided tours are free at the oldest public arboretum in North America.

The Hatch Shell – Free movie screenings, known as Friday Flicks on the Esplanade.

Churchill has short-term corporate housing available in Boston.  Please call us at 800-587-2640 or email us at Boston@FurnishedHousing.com for more info.

Courtesy of traveler.nationalgeographic.com.

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